Meriden Public Schools

Pupil Personnel Programs

Patricia Sullivan-Kowalski  |  Assistant Superintendent of Student Supports

Amy Hall  |  Supervisor of Special Education

Elizabeth Luparia  |  Supervisor of Special Education

Timothy O'Neill  |  Supervisor of Special Education

Gustavo Viteri  |  Supervisor of Special Education
22 Liberty Street  |  203-630-4177

In accordance with board policy and consistent with state and federal statutes, the Office of Pupil Personnel Programs is responsible for the administration and supervision of programs for exceptional children and supportive services for all students in the Meriden Public Schools. The Office of Pupil Personnel Programs screens and evaluates all children over age three who are referred for special services and recommends appropriate planned programs of study that will benefit the referred student. Yearly reviews of students’ progress are also coordinated through this office. All of our schools offer excellent support services for our students, as well as the Venture Academy, which is a specialized program for our special education high school students.

IEP Resources for Families / Recursos Educación Especial para Familias

Transition Resources

Safe School Climate Plans / Bullying Prevention Policy

Preschool Resources

Sparkler: Developmental Screener and Resources for Children Ages 0-5

Meriden School Readiness, City of Meriden

SDE Early Childhood Special Education

Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

Request for Assistance Form


Hanover Elementary Sensory Room